Shan Guojun, president of the Beijing Fourth Intermediate People’s Court (BFIPC), and Yuan Yuchi and Li Yingxin, vice-presidents of the court, met with a group of 20 Pakistani judges who visited the Beijing International Commercial Court (BICC), which is affiliated with the BFIPC, on May 26 during a study trip.
The Pakistani delegation visited the BFIPC’s online lawsuit service area, case registration hall, internet court, the mediation room of the diversified dispute resolution center, the conversation room, judge training center and library. They also learned about the latest achievements in the BFIPC’s modernization drive, including the all-in-one intelligent service machine, bilingual reading equipment for the Chinese and English website, and bilingual trial system.
During the visit, the Pakistani judges experienced the intelligent lawsuit service system and bilingual trial system, and praised the BFIPC’s commitment to both of traditional and intelligent lawsuit services as well as online and offline mobile case handling methods. They also showed great interest in the one-stop international commercial dispute resolution center and bilingual translation trial system. Ma Jun, chief judge of the BICC, briefed the guests on the court’s work.
A symposium was held after the visit, where the two sides exchanged views on foreign-related commercial trials, smart court construction, judge cultivation, and professional capacity improvement.
After the symposium, the Pakistani judges expressed sincere gratitude for the court’s warm reception, adding that the visit made them more aware of the wisdom and characteristics of China's judiciary system. They said they hope to have the opportunity to conduct more in-depth and extensive research and exchanges in the future.